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*Occupational Therapy: Cite Your Sources

Library and web resources to support the Occupational Therapy graduate degree program.

LAC Writing Center and Tutoring Services

The LAC Writing Center on the USM Lewiston-Auburn campus offers free writing assistance for all USM students, faculty and staff on any type of writing at any stage of the process.  Writing Assistants can help with prewriting strategies, organization, integrating source material, and the successful communication of your ideas. Face-to face and online appointments are one-to-one, dynamic, and student-led, focusing on areas you’d like to improve. Tutoring in math, science and technology are also offered.

Schedule an appointment or stop by the Writing Center (Room 118 in the Commons @ LAC).

How do I cite...?

(remember to indent correctly)

Slagle Lecture:

Dunn, W. (2001). The sensations of everyday life: Empirical, theoretical, and pragmatic considerations. 2001 Eleanor Clarke Slagle lecture. American Journal of Occupational Therapy, 55, 608–620.

CAT from AOTA:

American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc.  (2014). Adults with stroke.  AOTA Critically Appraised Topics and Papers Series.  Retrieved from

ICE Videos:

ICE (International Clinical Educators). (Producer). (2017).  Multiple sclerosis: Problems observed in the home: Parts 1-5. In  ICE Video Library: Port Townsend, WA. [Streaming video]. Retrieved from

Managing Your Citations